Sony Launches Five New Cyber-shot Cameras

Sony unveiled five new Cyber-shot cameras at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Tuesday.

The ultra-compact W series includes the Wi-Fi capable WX80, the W730 and W710. The WX80 features a high-resolution 16.2MP Exmor CMOS sensor, an 8x optical zoom lens with 16x Clear Image digital zoom and an enhanced Optical SteadyShot. The WX80 also allows users to send images and video wirelessly to compatible smartphones or tablets.

The WX80 is currently available in red, black and white for around $200.

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The W730 features a 16.1 MP Super HAD CCD sensor with an 8x optical zoom Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens, and retails for around $140. The $100 W710 camera features a 16.1 MP Super HAD CCD sensor with a 5x optical Sony zoom lens. Both the W730 and W710 are capable of shooting 720p HD video.

The Cyber-shot TF1 is geared towards adventurous photographers who require a more rugged design. The TF1 is waterproof (up to 33ft), dustproof, shockproof, freeze proof and features a "beefy" camera grip, plus auto screen brightness for outdoor use. It sports a 16.1MP Super HAD CCD sensor with a 4x optical Sony zoom lens.

The TF1 is available in black and pink for about $200.

Last but not least, the long-zoom H200 is the priciest of the new Cyber-shot cameras. It features a DSLR-like styling and grip design, a powerful 26x optical zoom Sony lens, a 20.1 MP Super HAD CCD sensor, 720p HD movie shooting and a bright 3.0” LCD screen.

The Sony Cyber-shot H200 is available in black only for $250.

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